Last week gold and silver prices continued to zigzag with an unclear trend until Friday when both metals along with the rest of other markets including forex, commodities and stocks hiked. The EU Summit and the conclusion from it had a lot to do with rally. Will commodities continue to rise this upcoming week? This upcoming week there are several publications on the agenda that may affect gold and silver prices. The main events will revolve around U.S employment report (non-farm payroll report), U.S manufacturing and non-manufacturing PMI, Euro Area interest rate decision, jobless claims, and Canada's employment report.
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